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TORCH 1 974 

East Bridgewater High School 
East Bridgewater, Massachusetts 



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ALBERT KJELLERSTEDT 
Principal 



NORMAN McGOWAN 
Vice-principal 





STANLEY B. GOLDMAN 
Superintendent 



GORDON MITCHELL 
Vice-superintendent 



BROCKTON-TAUNTON LUMBER 
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David Frasier 
Art 

Patricia Brown 
Business 

Steven Liponis 
Industrial Arts 

Albert Stonlcus 
Physical Education 




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Sheila Francoeur 
Math 




Richard McCusker 
Industrial Arts 



Eileen Chase 
English 





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Daniel Lasdow 
Music 


Francis Mello 
Foreign Language 


Denise Ryan 

English 


Harold Locke 
Business 






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Brett Bernier 
Physical Education 

Albert Stevens 
Art 

Kristine Nash 
English 

Claire Kirkcaldy 
English 



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Curtis Sawyer 
Math 



Marion Farrar 
Home Economics 



Joseph Morey 
Math 

Virginia O'Kelly 
English 

James Rowell 
Science 








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Nicholas Paone 
Social Studies 




Stanley Hatch 
Business 





Vincent Malewicz 
Physical Education 

Helen Cox 
English 



Virginia Lovering 
Physical Education 




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David Katz 
Social Studies 




Rui Santos 
Social Studies 




John Young 
Science 




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Donald Oakley 
Social Studies 

Donna Larkins 
Foreign Languages 





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Richard Achin 
Industrial Arts 




Donald Kctcham 
Foreign Languages 




Earle Hanna 
Science 




Sara Chudnovsky 
English 

William Crowley 
Science 




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Principal's Office 
Patricia McElroy 
Anne Bezio 
Mary MacPherson 




Superintendent's Office 
Margaret Alexander 
Edith Hurley 
Blanche Spear 
Maryellen Robak 











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Barbara Alexander 

Nurse 

Future Nurses Advisor 




Terry Daley 
Librarian 

Anne Hynes 
Librarian 




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Therese Keohane 
Guidance Secretary 



Stephen Levine 
Counselor 

Claire Howard 
Guidance 
Foreign Languages 

Loretta Ring 
Guidance 







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Florence Tarantino 
Foods 




Cafeteria Staff: Florence Tarantino, Helen 
Bruni, Catherine Mormino, Theresa Sullivan, 
Harriet Foster, Claire Kenn. 

Mildred Siscoe 
Director of Cafeterias 

Custodians: Donald Kerrigan, Daniel 
Johnson, Dorothy Martin, Elwood Gibson, 
Lawrence Lamore. 





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OFFICERS: Mr. Paone, Advisor, Connie 
Marini, Secretary, Debbie Sampson, Vice- 
president, Lisa Julius, President, Mr. MeJlo, 
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REPRESENTATIVES: 1st row: Karin Dixon, Maggie Brittain, Lee Erickson, Therese Alden, Lisa Julius, Maryanne DeLorenzo, Paul Morris, Cathy 
Costello. 2nd row: Karin Singleton, Mary Ann Nadolny, Lorna Calland, Mike Jezard, Debbie Sampson, Becky Perkins, Connie Marini, Candy Brooks, 
Mary Anne Donahue, Maryanne Garabedian. 




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BEST DRESSED 

Joe Ferrante 

Mary Ann Nadolny 



BEST ALL-AROUND 

Lisa Julius 

Danny Murray 




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MOST SCHOOL SPIRIT 

Alex Malaspino 

Lisa Julius 




MOST VERSATILE 

Mike Moxley 
Mary Ann Nadolny 




BEST LOOKING 
Cathy Gostello 
John O'Kelly 



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FRIENDLIEST 
Cathy Costello 
Danny Murray 




DONE MOST FOR THE CLASS 

Lisa Julius 

Eddie Rodricks 




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MOST TALENTED 
Joe Ferrante 
Laurie Weare 



MOST TALKATIVE 
Judy Turowski 
Alex Malaspino 




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MOST COURTEOUS 

Connie Marini 

Joe Ferrante 



MOST ATHLETIC 

Jean Marble 

Danny Murray 





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MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED 

Eddie Rodricks 

Cheryl Fitts 




CLASS CLOWNS 

Chris DeLorenzo 

Judy Turowski 



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Stephanie Adcock 

"In faith, lady, you have a merry heart." — 

Shakespeare 

Key Club 3; A-V Department 4; Drama Club 

4. 




Therese Alden 

"Her tongue runs on wheels." — Clarke 
Drama Club 2, 3, 4; Executive Committee 2, 
3; Chorus 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee; Sen- 
ior Prom Committee; Senior Banquet; Home- 
coming 3, 4. 




Paul Anderson 

"I had delusions of humility." — Fowler 




Edith Archibald 

"As lovely as a dream." — Twain 

Tennis 3, 4; Ski Club 3, 4; Student Council 4; 

Senior Class Play. 




William Atchison 

"The guy is so smooth he could slide on sand- 
paper." — Ballad 
Hockey 3. 




Terri Baker 



"Beauty unadorn'd." — Behn 
Cheerleader J. V. 2, Varsity 3, Co-capt. 4; 
Norseman News Editor 3, 4; Drama Club 3, 
4; Junior Prom Committee; 202 Club 3, 4; 
Homecoming; Torch 4; Senior Class Play. 



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Candace Banden 

"We must let our thoughts be free." — Ste- 
vens 




Lawrence Beach 

"A man of fun, as well as a man of learning.' 

— Unknown 

A.V. Department 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 2. 




David Boucher 

"For the busy man time passes quickly." — 

Scarborough 

A-V Department 2, 3, 4; Rocket Club 3; 

Hockey 3. 




Heidi Brenner 

"The time to be happy is now." — Ingersoll 
Drama Club 3, 4; Ski Club 4. 




Marilyn Briggs 

"The hand that gives, gathers." — Ray 
202 Club 2, 3, 4. 




Margaret Brittain 

"For something I have not lost I am search- 
ing." — Unknown 

Class V. Pres. 2; Executive Committee 3, 4; 
Torch 3, Class Editor 4; Tennis 2, Captain 3, 
4; Senior Class Play; Homecoming 3, 4; 
Drama Club 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee; 
Math Team 3, 4; Christmas Banquet; 
National Honor Society 3, 4. 



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Maureen Brooks 

". . . the sweet magic of a cheerful face . . . 
" — Holmes 

Executive Committee 2, 3, 4; Varsity Cheer- 
leader 3, 4; Student Council 3; Drama Club 3, 
4; Junior Prom Committee; Homecoming; 
Norseman 4; Senior Class Play. 





Regina Brooks 

"She's easy to look at." — Bailey 
Drama Club 2; Future Nurses Club 2, Secre- 
tary 3, 4; 202 Club 3, 4; Junior Prom Commit- 
tee; Senior Prom Committee; Ski Club 4. 



Edward Buckland 

"Men of few words are the best men." — 

Shakespeare 

A-V Department 2, 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; 

National Honor Society 3, 4. 






Joan Bumpus 

"I found the secret to life. I took some time 
for living." — Addrisi 
Basketball 2. 



Ronald Cabe 

'A fresh, a free, a friendly man." — Gower 



Lorna Calland 

"My life is like a stroll upon the beach." — 
Thoreau 

Drama Club 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 
3, 4; Executive Committee 2, 3, 4; Student 
Council 2, Treasurer 3, 4; Torch 3, 4; Junior 
Prom Committee; Homecoming 3, 4; Norse- 
man 4; Senior Class Play. 



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Debra Carlson 



Suzanne Casieri 




Dana Chase 



"There is a garden in her face Where roses "Grace follows her unseen to order all "I don't know why it is we are in such a hurry 
and white lilacs blow." — Campion aright." — Tibullus to get up when we fall down. You might 

think we would lie there and rest awhile." — 

Eastman 




David Churchill 

"Live as you may, since you can't live as you'd 
like." — Statius 
Hockey 2, 3, 4. 




Kevin Clancy 

"The man that blushes is not quite a brute.' 

— Young 

Football 2, 4; Baseball 3. 




Catherine Costello 

"The greatest gift is the power to estimate 
correctly the value of things." — La Roche- 
foucauld 

Executive Committee 2, 3, 4; Student Council 
3, President 4; Drama Club Treasurer 3, 4; 
Junior Prom Committee; 1973 NASC Confer- 
ence; MASC Executive Board. 



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John Curley 

"The superior man is broadminded and 
unprejudiced." — Confucius 
Football 2; Hockey 2. 



Linda Davidson 

"Pretty woman, naughty Head." — Meurier 
Future Nurses Club 2, 3; Drama Club 2; J.V. 
Cheerleader 2 ; Junior Prom Committee. 



Christopher DeLorenzo 

"The devil sleeps in my pocket." — Mas- 
singer 






Maryanne DeLorenzo 

"There's so much left to know, and I'm on 
the road to find out." — Cat Stevens 
Softball 2; Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 
3, 4; Key Club 3; Student Council 2; Math 
Team 3; Homecoming; Norseman. 



Harold Delphia 

"Let us be just with life." — Sterling 



Karin Dixon 

"The day will come at last when I shall take 
the hidden paths that run, West of Moon — 
East of Sun." — Tolkien 
Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; Golf 2; Executive Com- 
mittee 3, 4; Math Team 2, 3, 4; Torch 4; 
National Honor Society 4; Senior Class Play; 
Drama Club 4. 



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Mary Anne Donahue 

"Her voice a crystal echo 

Lies humming in your soul 

So patiently awaiting 

For your ears to behold." 

— Cat Stevens 

Drama Club 2, President 3, 4; Executive 

Committee 2, 3, 4; Chrous 3, 4; Student 

Council 4; A-V Department 4; Norseman 4; 

Senior Class Play. 





Patrick Doyle 

"The true worth of a man is to be measured 
by the objects he pursues." — Aurelius 
Basketball 2; Drama Club 3, 4; Key Club 3, 4 
Programs Director; A-V Department 3; 
Track 3 ; Homecoming 3, 4. 



Marlene Dukett 

"She makes life look so easy." — Unknown 
Basketball 2. 






Diane Dunne 

"The gentle mind by gentle deeds is known." 
— Spenser 

Future Nurses Club 2, 3, President 4; Junior 
Prom Committee; Norseman 4; Senior Class 
Play; Senior Prom Committee. 



Qarah Eldredge 

"I'm nobody. Who are you? 

Are you nobody too? 

Then there's a pair of us, don't tell. 

They'd banish us you know. 

How dreary to be somebody." — Dickinson 

Norseman Art Editor 4. 



Leslie Erickson 

"Wit to persuade and beauty to delight." — 
Davies 

Drama Club 2, 3; Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; Bas- 
ketball 2, 3, 4; Softball 2, 3, 4; Executive 
Committee 3, 4; Future Nurses Club 3, 4 
Treasurer; Torch Underclassmen Editor 4; 
National Honor Society 4. 



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Robert Fairburn 

"My business and my art is to live." — 

Unknown 

Basketball 2; Band 2. 





Gregory Farnham 

"He was all for love and a little for the 
bottle." — Didbin 



Donna Feroli 

"My friend is one who takes me for what I 
am." — Thoreau 




Joseph Ferrante 

"It is not strength, but art, obtains the prize." 
— Pope 

Band 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 2; National 
Honor Society 3, V. Pres. 4; Key Club 3, 
Treasurer 4; Chorus 3, 4; Drama Club 3, 4; 
SEMSBA 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee; 
Senior Prom Committee. 





Cheryl Fitts 

"The fairest garden in her looks, and in her 
mind the wisest books." — Cauley 
Cheerleader J. V. 2, Varsity 3, 4, Co-capt. 3; 
Advisory Committee 2, 3; Torch Editor-in- 
Chief 4; Norseman Literary Magazine 3; 
National Honor Society 3, 4; Math Team 3, 
4; Variety Show Director. 



Barbara Flaherty 

"A witty woman is a treasure; a witty beauty 
is a power." — Meredith 
Drama Club 2, 3, 4; Senior Class Play; Future 
Nurses Club. 



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Deborah Flaherty 

"Talk she can and talk she will. 
Unknown 



Geraldine Flanagan 

"A little, tiny, pretty, witty, charming, darling 

she." — Lucretius 

Varsity Cheerleader 3, 4; Norseman 3, 4; 

Future Nurses Club 2; A-V Department 3; 

Homecoming. 




Maryanne Garabedian 

"Spirit and enthusiasm are her private posses- 
sions." 
— Unknown 

Executive Committee 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader J. V. 
2, Varsity 3, 4; Drama Club 2, 3, 4; Torch 
Staff 3, 4; A-V Department 3; Student Coun- 
cil 4; Norseman 4; Homecoming 4; Junior 
Prom Committee; Chorus 3; Christmas Ban- 
quet 3.. 





Susan Gilbricle 

"I look for the spirit in her eyes and meaning 
in her air." — Akenside 
Varsity Cheerleader 2, 3, co-capt. 4; Drama 
Club 2, 3, 4; Executive Committee 3; Ski 
Club 3, 4; Student Council 3; Norseman 3, 4; 
Homecoming; Junior Prom Committee; 202 
Club 3, 4; Torch 4; National Honor Society. 



Louis Goulet 

"If he does really think that there is no dis- 
tinction between virtue and vice, why, sir, 
when he leaves our house let us count our 
spoons." — Johnson 
Hockey 2. 




Michelle Hatfield 

"Being myself, I sing the soul's immediate 

joy." — Rocthke 

Executive Committee 2; Key Club 3. 



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Susan Hewins 

"All I ask of living is to have no chains on 
me." — Nyro 
Field Hockey 2, 3. 




Dennis Holman 

"He who holds his tongue is strong.' 

Ovid 

Football 3; Track 3, 4; Basketball 4. 




Paul Holt 



"His nature is too noble for the world." - 

Shakespeare 

Basketball 2; Golf 2, 3, 4; Senior Class Play. 




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Cynthia Holton 



"A daughter of the gods, 

divinely tall 

And most divinely fair." 

— Tennyson 

Drama Club 2. 




Daryl Huntly 

"His heart and hand both open and both 
free." — Shakespeare 

Cross-Country 2, 3, Tri-Capt. 4; Track 2, 3, 4; 
Chess Club 2, 3; Basketball 4. 




Michael lanetta 

"I'm living fast and dangerously. 

Unknown 

Chorus 4; Senior Class Play. 



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Michael Jezard 

"He has a refreshing zest for living." — 
Unknown 

Basketball 2, 3, Capt. 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Execu- 
tive Committee 3, 4; Key Club 4. 





Robert Johnson 

"Who so would be a man must be a noncon- 
formist." — Emerson 
Cross-Country 3; Hockey 3; Key Club 3. 



Sheryll Johnston 

'I was born under the star of long journeys.' 
— Fraser 




Lisa Julius 



"The most evident sign of wisdom is contin- 
ued cheerfulness." — Montaigne 
Class President 2, 3, 4; National Honor Soci- 
ety 3, 4, N.H.S. Executive Committee 4; 
Christmas Banquet 2, 3; Student Advisory 
Council 2; School Committee Representative 
3, 4; Torch Editor 4; Norseman 4; Future 
Nurses Club 4; Senior Class Play; Field 
Hockey 2, 3, 4, Co-Capt. 3; Basketball 2, 3, 4; 
Softball 2. 





John Keith 



Ronald Keith 



"Strong is he who masters his own spirit.' 

Zara 

Football 2, 3, Tri-Capt. 4; Track 3. 



"I am not now what once I was.' 
Jerome 



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Robert Kenerson 

"None, but himself, can be his parallel." — 

Theobald 

Football 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2; Baseball 2; 

Track 3, 4. 



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James Kerrigan 

"With a quick but quiet wit he'll conquer 
all." — Unknown 

Football 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3; Norseman 2, 
Editor-in-Chief 3, 4; Executive Committee 3, 
4; Drama Club 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee; 
Senior Class Play. 




Calvin Lane 



"The style is the man." — Dionysuis 
Football 2, 3, 4; Hockey 3, 4. 




Colleen Lane 



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"Thy fair hair my heart enchained.' 

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Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 3, 4; Bas 

ketball 2; Senior Class Play; Ski Club. 




Gail Lewis 



"An honest heart possesses a kingdom." — 

Seneca 

Basketball 2, 3; Office Cadet; Softball 3; 

Norseman 3. 




Marilyn Lincoln 

"When the night is cloudy, there is still a 

light that shines on me." — Lennon — 

McCarthy 

Spanish Club 2; Tennis 3, 4; Senior Class 

Play; Torch Literary Editor 4; Norseman 4. 




Cheryl Lockhart 

"The light of love, the purity of grace, the 
mind, the music breathing from her face." — 
Byron 

Executive Committee 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader J. V. 
3, Varsity 4; Norseman Feature Editor 3, 4; 
Drama Club 3, 4; Chorus 4; Torch 4; Home- 
coming; National Honor Society 4; Student 
Council 4; Junior Prom Committee; Christ- 
mas Banquet. 




Ann Lundberg 

"Those make friends who do friendly acts.' 
— Gracian 
Student Council 3. 




Alexander Malaspino 

"The great man is he that does not lose his 
child's heart." — Mencius 
Drama Club 2, 3, 4; Executive Committee 2, 
3, 4; Student Council 4; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Homecoming; Senior Class Play; Sen- 
ior Prom Committee; Senior Banquet. 






Jean Marble 

"This world belongs to the energetic." — 
Cicero 

Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Soft- 
ball 2, 3, 4. 



Constance Marini 

"I will sing unto the Lord because He hath 
dealt bountifully with me." — Psalm 13:6 
Class Secretary 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader J. V. 2, Co- 
capt. 3; Torch 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 2, 3, 4; A- 
V Department 3, 4; Senior Class Play; Christ- 
mas Banquet; National Honor Society; 
Homecoming. 



Jeanne May 



"Happy days are here again." — Unknown 
Softball 3. 



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Theresa Merolli 

"She's a big teaser." — Lennon — McCartney 
Junior Prom Committee; Norseman 4; 
Homecoming 4. 




Stephen Mitchell 

"A man's worth is estimated according to his 
knowledge." — Gabirol 
Cross-Country 2, 3, Tri-Capt. 4; Track 2, 3, 4; 
Key Club 3; National Honor Society Presi- 
dent 4; Band 3, 4; Chorus. 




Joyce Mondeau 

"Modesty is the beauty of women. 

Unknown 

Basketball 2. 







Deborah Morey 

"Silence gives grace to a woman." — Sopho- 
cles 




Michael Moxley 

"Nature made him and then broke the mold." 
— Ariosto 

Football 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 
4; Chess Club 2, 3; Key Club 4. 







Daniel Murray 

"Man is not made for defeat." — Hemingway 
Football 2, 3, Tri-capt. 4; Basketball 2, 3; 
Track 2, 3, 4; Executive Committee 2, 3, 4; 
Christmas Banquet; Homecoming. 



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Joseph Murray 

"Life is full of amusement to an amusing 

man." — Beccher 

Chess Club 2, 3; Track 2, 3, 4; Cross-Country 

3. 




Mary Ann Nadolny 

"I will ease your mind." — Simon 
Class Treasurer 2, 3, 4; Advisory Committee 
2, 3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4, N.H.S. 
Executive Committee 4; Torch Business Edi- 
tor 4; Library Assistant 3; Christmas Banquet 

2, 3; Junior Prom Committee; Senior Prom 
Committee; Senior Banquet; Field Hockey 2, 

3, 4; Softball 2. 




Qcott Newcomb 

"I do not exist to please you." — Sidney 





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Lita Norman 



"I let them know my mind.' 
Library Assistant 2, 3, 4. 



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Debra O'Kelly 

"My crown is in my heart, not on my head. 
My crown is called content." — Shakespeare 
Homecoming; Senior Class Play. 




John O'Kelly 

"He is strong who conquers others, but he 

who conquers himself is mighty." — Lao- 

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Football 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4. 



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Joseph O'Neil 

'To live is to do battle." — Seneca 




Catherine Owens 

"A fair exterior is a silent recommendation." 
— Syrus 

J.V. Cheerleader 2; Key Club 3; Executive 
Committee 4. 




Brian Packard 

"I am as able and as fit as thou." — Shake- 
speare 
Football 3; Hockey 3, 4; Cross-Country 4. 




Donald Perkins 




Howard Perkins 



"The charm and playfulness of his talk." — "Sport, a gamester, a man fond of racing and 

Cicero gaming of all sorts." — Metsell 

Band 2, 3, 4; Track 3, 4; Cross-Country 3, 4; Track 3; Hockey 3. 
Drama Club 3. 




Rebecca Perkins 

"She was raised on country sunshine." — 
Unknown 

Basketball 2, 3, Co-capt. 4; Executive Com- 
mittee 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; Softball 2, 
3, 4; National Honor Society 3, 4; Torch 
Sports Editor 4; Junior Prom Committee; 
Homecoming; Christmas Banquet. 



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Tracey Perrault 

"Her ways are always ways of pleasantness 
and all her paths are peace." — Proverbs 
Future Nurses Club 2, 3, 4; Tennis 2; Ski 
Club 3, 4. 




William Piantoni 

"The just man walketh in his intergrity." — 
Proverbs 

Spanish Club Treasurer 2; Executive Commit- 
tee 2; A-V Department 3, 4. 




Dm Quigly 



"She's nice by name and nice by nature." — 

Swift 

Field Hockey 2; Track Score Keeper 2, 3, 4; 

Library Assistant 3; Executive Committee 3, 

4; Homecoming; Senior Class Play. 




Dana Roberts 

"He hath the flower of youth wherein is the 
fulness of strength." — Homer 
Baseball 3, 4; Hockey 4. 




Nancy Robichaud 

"You have the freedom to be yourself.' 
Bach 




Debra Robideau 



"Love is nature and . 
— Unknown 
Variety Show. 



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Edward Rod ricks 

"A sound mind in a manly body." — Homer 
Football 2, 3, Tri-capt. 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; 
Baseball 2, 3, 4; Executive Committee 2, 3; 
Key Club 3, President 4; Student Representa- 
tive to School Committee. 



Debra Qampson 

"To be born with the gift of laughter and a 
sense that the world is mad." — Sabatine 
Field Hockey 2, 3, Capt. 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; 
Softball 2, 3, 4; Executive Committee 2; Class 
Vice President 3, 4; Homecoming. 



Scott Seufert 

"From a little spark may burst a mighty 

flame." — Dante 

Drama Club 2; Ski Club 3, 4. 






Karen Singleton 

"She walks in beauty." — Byron 
Field Hockey 2, 3, Capt. 4; Executive Com- 
mittee 2, 3, 4; Basketball 3; Junior Prom 
Committee. 



Robert Singleton 

"Though he was rough, he was kindly.' 

Longfellow 

Football 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3. 



Hope Somers 

"Without hope, we live in desire." — Dante 
Future Nurses Club 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club 2; 
Ski Club 3, 4; Executive Committee 2. 



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Donald Sweeney 

"A strong silent man." — Patridge 



Kent Taber 



Scott Taber 



"No sooner said than done 
man of worth." — Ennius 



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Drama Club 3. 



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Richard Tirrell 

"His wish is not to seem, but to be the best." 
— Aeschylus 

Spanish Club 2; Drama Club 2, 3, 4; Football 
2, 3, 4; Key Club 3, 4; Executive Committee 
3; Senior Class Play; Ski Club. 



Judith Turowski 

"Live life, love it and be happy." — Cohee 
Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 2, 3, 4; Stu- 
dent Council 3, Secretary 4; Senior Class Play; 
Homecoming; Executive Committee 3, 4; 
Junior Prom Committee; Senior Prom Com- 
mittee; Senior Banquet. 



Sandra Vieno 

"She knows too much to argue or judge." — 
Dylan 

Drama Club 2, 3, 4; Library Assistant 4; Cho- 
rus 4; Band 3, 4; Norseman 4. 



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Laurie Weare 

"Silence is but a rich pause in the music of 
life." — Naidu 

Band 2, 3, 4; Chorus 2, 3, 4; SEMSBA 3, 4;' 
Drama Club pianist 2, 3, 4; Variety Show; 
Christmas Banquet. 




Charles Webb 

"A man devoted to pleasure." — Terence 
Hockey 2. 




Vivian Webb 

"She leaves a glow of friendship in all her 
paths." — Unknown 

Future Nurses Club 2, 3; 202 Club 2, 3, 4; 
Office Cadet 4. 




Cindy Wentworth 

"A good companion and an easy friend." — 

Pope 

Basketball 2, 3; Norseman 4; 202 Club 4; 

Office Cadet 4. 




James Wilburn 

Baseball 2; Cross Country 3, 4; Basketball 3, 
4; Track 3, 4; Chess Club 3; Executive Com- 
mittee 3; Drama Club 3, 4; Junior Prom 
Committee; Senior Class Play. 




Donald Wile 



"A man, the monarch of his soul." — Byron 
Hockey 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4. 



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Randall Williams 

"He's having his little joke." — Plautus 
A-V Department 3, 4. 




Donna Woodman 

"Thinking is the talking of the soul with 

itself." — Plato 

Norseman 4; 202 Club 4; Office Cadet 4. 




Barbara Zoia 

"Laugh away, your fine laughter." — Moliere 
Future Nurses Club 2, 3, 4; Drama Club 3, 4; 
Executive Committee 3, 4; Ski Club 4; Senior 
Prom Committee. 



Anston Boelsma 

"I count myself in nothing so happy As in a 
soul remembering my good friends." — 
Shakespeare 

Richard Bousquet 



"Each of us is . 
dom." — Bach 
Hockey 3. 



an unlimited idea of free- 



Dennis Fleury 

"That one may smile, and smile, and be a vil- 
lain." — Shakespeare 

Donald Cahill 

"We are not satisfied to be right, unless we 

can prove others to be quite wrong." — Haz- 

litt 

A-V Department 2, 3, 4. 

Rudolph Goss 

"The most difficult character in comedy is 
that of the fool, and he must be no simpleton 
that plays the part." — Cervantes 
A-V Department 3, 4. 



Kevin Holman 

'Every inch a man." — Clarke 

Paul MacHardy 

"A man he seems of cheerful yesterdays and 
confident tomorrows." — Wordsworth 



Kenneth Meier 

"I got fury in my soul." — Nyro 

Paul Morris 

"Great actions speak great minds." — 

Fletcher 

Football 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Track 3, 4; 

Key Club 3, 4; Norseman 3, 4; Drama Club 

Treasurer 4; Senior Class Play. 

Ernest Reid 

"Manners are the happy ways of doing 
things." — Emerson 
Drama Club 2. 



Stephen Ring 

"I drink the wine of aspiration and the drug 
of illusion. Thus I am never dull." — Gal- 
sworthy 
Hockey 2. 

George Wood 

"We desire nothing so much as what we 
ought not to have." — Syrus 
Hockey 3. 

Alfred Young 

"I dare do all that may become a man." — 

Shakespeare 

Football 2: Baseball 3. 



53 



Hall Of Fame 



GIRLS" STATE REPRESENTATIVE 
Lisa Julius 



BOYS' STATE REPRESENTATIVES 

Joe Ferrante, Paul Morris, Pat Doyle, Jim Kerrigan, Ed 

Rodricks 





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D.A.R. GOOD CITIZEN AWARD 
Connie Marini 







WOMEN'S CLUB HONOR GUESTS 
Maggie Brittain, Cheryl Fitts, Lisa Julius 




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JUNIORS 



CLASS OFFICERS: Miss Ryan, Advisor, Nanette Has- 
kins, Secretary, Terri Kerrigan, Vice-president, Sue Snow, 
President, Glen Morton, Treasurer, Mr. Locke, Advisor. 



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REPRESENTATIVES: Keith Frasier, Paulette Chausse, Kathy Yakavonis, Marcia Moxley, Holly Emery, Denise Bingham, Nanette Haskins, Al Flateau, Terri Kerrigan. 2nd ROW: Cheryl 
Davis, Mike Kahaiyan, Nicholas Poshkus, Cindy Pelaquin, Patty Clancy, John Thrasher, Shelley Dixon, Glen Morton, Kim Ridder, Sue Snow, Terri Kelly, Jayne Ridder. 




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OFFICERS: Kim Lockhart, Secretary, Lee 
Neary, Treasurer, Mr. Crowley, Advisor, Tim 
Costello, Vice-President, Mrs. Ring, Advisor, 
Mike Dube, President. 




REPRESENTATIVES: 1st row: Fern Goodine, Colleen McCarthy, Jeanne Peters, Kim Lockhart, 
Tim Costello. 2nd row: Molly Wilburn, Ann Ferbert, Jo Ann White, Sandy Carey, Eileen 
Keohane, Debbie Bouchard. 3rd row: Donna Coletti, Cathy Hewins, Debbie Coulstring, Lynn 
Stetson, Linda Figueirdo. 4th row: Steve Fanning, Ed McCarthy, Bob Capachione, Patti Perkins, 
Diane Redgate. 



Juniors 




Susan Adams 
Nancy Amara 
Eric Anderson 
John Baker 



Mark Barrasso 
Christine Bartlert 
Paul Batti 
Robert Beatty 



Denise Bingham 
Karen Boucher 
Philip Bouldry 
Russel Bouldry 



Laurie Bradbury 
Mark Bryer 
Barbara Burrell 
Peter Campbell 




60 




John Carey 
Crystal Carr 
Lorraine Cavicchi 
Irene Chancholo 



Paul Chapman 
Paulette Chausse 
Patricia Clancy 
Darlene Clark 









Norma Clay 
Joseph Cloutier 
Carol Collins 
Jean Colton 



Joseph Conlon 
Paul Costello 




61 



William Coutie 
Cheryl Davis 
Joanne Davis 
Patricia Davis 



Christine DeLorenzo 
Donald Desmarais 
Daniell Desruisseaux 
Donna De Wolfe 



Michael Dias 
Shelley Dixon 
Eileen Donahue 
Ann Edwards 





62 




Forest Emery 
Hollis Emery 
Robert Ensor 




Jean Farrel 
Brian Ferreira 
Al Flateau 
Peter Folloni 



Keith Frasier 
Deborah Frazier 
Cindy Gary 
Dennis Gaudette 



63 



Robert Gervais 
Nancy Gibbons 
Kathy Gilbride 
Cheryl Gilcoine 



Lynn Gill 
Anita Gomes 
Gail Granmont 
Lawrence Hacker 



Karen Hamilton 
Mary Hamilton 
Martha Hanson 
Paul Hatry 



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Nanette Haskins 
Richard Hatfield 
Lois Heath 



64 



Karen Hennessey 
Richard Holt 
Robert Jenkins 




Michael Kahaiyan 
Alan Kambegian 
Gary Kashgagian 
Greg Kashgagian 



Teresa Kelly 
Ron Kenerson 
David Kennedy 
Theresa Kerrigan 



Sandra Knight 
Nanette LaTremouille 
David Lindstrom 
Lucy Loomis 



65 




Bonnie Lucier 
Tim MacHardy 
Laurine Manley 
Stephen Martin 



George Matthews 
Kathleen McCarthy 
Michael McGrail 
William McKinley 



Gail McMillan 
Grace McNevin 
Bruce Meserve 
Sue Ellen Moorer 



Sheila Morse 
Glen Morton 
Marcia Moxley 
Nancy Nadolny 




66 




Brenda Nixon 
Stephen Nutter 



Frances Olsen 
Diane Ortenzi 
Cindy Pelaquin 
Walter Perkins 



Kathleen Persson 
Sharon Piantoni 
Francis Pike 
Nicholas Poshkus 



Cheryl Reardon 
John Reynolds 
Susan Riberio 
Warren Rich 



67 



Jayne Ridder 
Kimbcrly Ridder 
Elizabeth Riordan 
Victoria Robertson 



Wayne Rudolph 
Kevin Serpa 
Edward Sharon 
Marianna Snow 



Susan Snow 
Leslie Stengel 
William Stinchf ield 
Eric Swanson 



William Tardie 



William Thompson 



Elizabeth Thorndike 



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John Thrasher 
Linda Tirrell 
Jay Toppan 
Peter Tower 



Thomas Walsh 
Kathleen Webb 
Robert Wilmot 
Brant Winsor 



Patricia Wolfe 
Kathleen Yakavonis 
Dororthy Zaval 
Donna Zewiey 




JUNIORS NOT PRESENT 



Brenda Atwood 
Samuel Bernard 
Diane Baronowski 
Jane Caddell 
Joyce Carnes 
Kevin Connors 
John Creedon 
Patrick Connolly 
Dean Corey 
Bruce Crowell 
Jean DeLorenzo 
Andrea Doyle 
Kathy Edson 



Paul Emery 
William Fitts 
Mary Fitzgerald 
Douglas Harlow 
William Hubbard 
Keith Marland 
Judith Mellon 
Charles Melchin 
Donald Smith 
Robert Silva 
Ann Smith 
Ann Sweeney 
Michael Veronici 



69 



Qophomores 




Mark Alden 
Bonnie AJdrich 




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Virginia Atchison 
Mary Baker 
Patricia Baker 
Jenny Baronowski 



Sharon Barton 
Neil Bell 
Andrew Bergeron 
Peter Bierbaum 



Darlene Bingham 
Suzanne Blackwell 
Debra Bouchard 
Cynthia Brooks 




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John Brooks 
Laura Brooks 



Anthony Browne 
Susan Buckland 



Robert Capachione 
Sandra Carey 





Donna Catalf amo 
Antonio Chaves 
Lucy Chaves 




Daniel Clish 
Valerie Coats 
Jeannine Comeau 
David Coots 



71 



Donna Coletti 
Sandra Copeland 



Anthony Costello 
Timothy Costello 



Joseph Crackett 
Jeanne DaSilva 



Barry Davey 
Gerald Delphia 
Dorene Denson 
Michael Denzo 



David DePasqua 
Debra Doyle 
Thomas Driscoll 
Michael Dubee 




72 



Nancy Dupree 
Diane Edwards 
James Edwards 
Stephen Fanning 



Ann Ferbert 
Joseph Ferbert 
Lynette Ferraisse 
Linda Figueiredo 





Todd Hatfield 
Marie Healy 
David Hef f ernan 
Cathy Hewins 



David Holman 
Kathryn Hooker 
Diana Horan 
Richard Ianetta 



Michael Fundalewicz 



Fern Goodine 
Justin Goulet 




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James Imlach 
Alexis Jennings 
Stephen Jezard 
Debrajohansen 



Edward Johnson 
Patricia Kelleher 
Lynne Kelley 
Eileen Keohane 



Qirisopher Knight 
Frederick Krappe 
Linda Lakeman 



Michelle Latremouille 
Geraldine Livrago 



KimLockhart 
Bruce Lyons 



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Glen MacMillan 
Patricia MacTighe 
Mark Madden 
Keith Marland 



James McAvoy 
Edward McCarthy 
John McMorrow 
Sheryl Meier 



Charles Melchin 
Gregory Meroli 
Mary Meurin . 
Glen Millet 





Diane Mitchell 
Barry Morse 
Wayne Morse 



LeeNeary 
Kathryn Nelson 
Stephen Nickerson 



76 




Patricia O'Leary 
Patricia Perkins 
Debra Perry 
John Persson 



Jeanne Peters 
Richard Phillips 
David Poudrier 
Diane Redgate 



Kim Reeve 
Joseph Reichert 
William Rich 
Michael Riordan 



William Robertson 
Geraldine Roode 
Parnel Rubin 
Robert Sampson 



77 




David Sandonato 
David Sawyer 
Franklin Senn 
Geraldine Sherman 



Sheila Skillings 
Joanne Slidkevich 
Carol Smith 
Karen Olsen 



Dennis Smith 
Donald Smith 
Paula Sparling 
Richard Sprunk 



Lynne Stetson 
Terri Sullivan 
Maureen Sweeny 
David Tardy 



Lorraine Tirrell 
Tom Toppan 
Kathleen Towle 




78 




SOPHOMORES NOT PRESENT 
Deborah Flood 
Janet Graham 
Kyle Holamn 
Peter Inglis 
James Murray 
Charles Naujaunas 
Peter Kenn 
Jeffrey Leonard 
Coleen McCarthy 
Joseph McNally 
Thomas Nero 
David Phillips 
Jennifer Porter 
Mark Pray 
Pamela Somers 
Rosemary Tripp 
Robert Jones 



Richard Ugi 
Jayne Uronis 
Diane Vallancourt 
Heidi Vernon 



Michael Walsh 
Jeanine West 
Max West 
Terry Wheeler 



Joanne White 
Glen Wight 
Alan Willis 
Donna Wolfe 



Ellen Woodman 
Philip Woolf 



Timothy Zentz 
Lawrence Zoia 



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LIFE 



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Future Nurses 
Club 



1st row: Dorothy Zavel, Darlene Clark, Joyce Carries, Diane 
Dunn, Mrs. Alexander, Advisor. 2nd row: Carol Collins, 
Sandy Copeland, Pam Somers. 3rd row: Debbie Doyle, Karen 
Olsen. 4th row: Tina DeLorenzo, Laura Brooks, Paula Spar- 
ling. 5th row: Donna Coletti, Jeanne Peters, Patty Baker. 6th 
row: Linda Lakeman, Debbie Flood, Lisa Julius, Bonnie 
Lucier. 7th row: Jeanine West, Lee Erickson, Tracey Perrault, 
Suzanne Blackwell, Ann Sweeny. 



Office 
Cadets 



Donna Woodman, Vivian Webb, Gail 
Lewis, Cindy Wentworth. 





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Student Council 



Back row: Charles Hunt — advisor, Nicholas Poshkus, Dm Quigley, Cheryl Lockhart, Denise Bingham, Kim Lockhart, Tim Costello, Lynn Stetson, Dianne Edwards. Middle row: Mike 
Kahaiyan, Vicki Robertson, Maryanne Garabedian, Judy Turowski, Cathy Costello, Lorna Calland, Lorrie Cavicchi, Edith Archibald. Front row: Joyce Carnes, Michelle LaTemouille, Nan- 
nette LaTremouille, Debby Bouchard, Eileen Keohane, and Heidi Vernon. 




83 



Ski Club 




1st row: Karen Boucher, Susan GUbride, Tracey Perrault, Crystal Carr, Barbara Burrell, Barbara Zoia, Heidi Brenner, John Thrasher. 2nd row: 
Cindy Pelaquin, Terri Kelly, Susan Adams, Holly Emery, Kathy Yakovonis, Liz Thorndike, Dorothy Zavel, Scott Seufert. 3rd row: Susan Snow, 
Denise Bingham, Laurie Cavicchi, Edith Archibald, Ann Smith, Mr. Locke, Advisor, Vicki Robertson, Bill Atchison, Bonnie Lucier. 



84 



Math Team 




Front row: Holly Emery, Karin Dixon, Maggie Brittain, 
Shelley Dixon. Back row: Cheryl Fins, Patti Perkins, Cindy 
Brooks, Jeanine Comeau, Mike Kaiyhan, David Sawyer, 
Kevin Serpa, Mark Bryer, David Boucher, Kathy Yakavonis, 
Mr. Sawyer, Advisor. 




Drama 
Club 



1st row: Molly Wilbum, Michelle LaTremouille, Judy Turowski, Barbara Zoia, Barbara Burrell, Barbara Flaherty, Richard Tirrell. 2nd row: Holly 
Emery, Kathy Yakavonis, Coleen Lane, Therese Alden, Cathy Costello, Crystal Carr, Paul Batti, Maryanne Garabedian, Kim Lockhart, Martha 
Hansen, Sandy Vieno. 3rd row: Pat Doyle, Karen Hamilton, Susan Gilbride, Lorna Calland, Alex Malaspino, Sherry Johnston, Terri Kerrigan, Jim 
Wilburn, Sandy Carey, Jeanne Peters, Laurie Cavicchi, Joseph Ferrante, Miss Chudnovsky, Advisor. 



85 



Torch 



Editors: 1st row: Mrs. Kirk- 
caldy, Mr. Waddcll, Advisors, 
Maggie Brittain, Karin Dixon, 
Connie Marini, Lisa Julius, Mary 
Ann Nadolny. 2nd row: Becky 
Perkins, Marilyn Lincoln, Lee 
Erickson, Cheryl Fitts. 





Staff: Susan Gilbride, Terri Baker, 
Kathy Yakavonis, Karen Hamilton, 
Lorna Calland, Cheryl Lockhart, Mar- 
yanne Garabedian. 






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Norseman 



Editors: 1st row: Mr. McCabe, Advisor, Cheryl Lockhart, 
Ed Rodricks. 2nd row; Shelley Dixon, Terri Baker, Lisa 
Julius, Jim Kerrigan, Susan Snow. 





1st row: Maryanne Garabedian, Sue Gilbride, Sherry Johnston, Barbara Zoia, Loma Calland, Paul Morris, Debbie Bouchard, Terri Meroli, Maryann DeLorenzo, Gerri 
Flanagan, Vivian Webb, Rudy Goss. 2nd row: Barbara Burrell, Kim Ridder, Cindy Wentworth, Gail Lewis, Diane Dunn, Snady Vieno, Lynne Stetson, Terri Kerrigan, 
Cindy Pelaquin, Al Flateau. 



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Key Club 



1st row: Pat Doyle, Rudy Goss, Mike Dias, AJ Plateau, Tim Costello, Keith Frasier. 
2nd row: Glen Morton, Max West, Mike Moxley, Mike Kaiyhan, Alan Kambegian. 
3rd row: Mr. McCabe, Advisor, Wally Perkins, Mike Jezard, Joseph Ferrante. 4th row: 
Ed Rodricks, Jeff Leonard. 




Library 
Assistants 



Jeanne May, Mrs. Anzuoni, Darlene Clark, Karen Olson, 
Eileen Keohane, Sandy Vieno. 




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National Honor Society 



1st row: Mr. Young, Advisor, Terri Kerrigan, Marcia Moxley, Patty Clancy, Diane Ortenzi, Joyce Carnes, Kathy Yakavonis, Nanette Haskins, Lee Erickson, Becky Perkins, Lisa Julius, 
Susan Gilbride, Cheryl Fitts. 2nd row: Paulette Chaussy, Shelley Dixon, Connie Marini, Debra Frazer, Lorna Calland, Karin Dixon, Maggie Brittain, Mike Kaiyhan. 3rd row: Beth Riordan, 
Mary Ann Nadolny, Cheryl Lockhan, Denise Bingham, Diane Bamowski, Kevin Serpa, Ed Buckland, Joseph Ferrante. 




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Majorettes 

Terri Wheeler, Sheryl Meier, Cheryl Davis, Karen 
Boucher, Co-captain, Denise Bingham, Co-captain, 
Karen Hamilton, Darlene Clark, Darlene Bingham, 
Kathy Yakavonis. 




Color Guard 



1st row: Allison Holt, Mary Ellen Hill, Cindy Carnes, 
Caroline McCarthy, Jane Davidson, Donna Coletti, Cap- 
tain, Carolyn Wheeler, Anne Kelly, Mary Baker, Lynne 
Kelly. 2nd row: Terri Olsen, Debbie Littlefield, Colleen 
Corkum, Shelby Emery, Jackie Dion, Ann Ferber, Holly 
Berry, Claire Flateau, Rosemary Dias, Paula Baxstrum, 
Becky Foster. 3rd row: Ms. Ryan, Linda Underhill, Jen- 
nie Baranowski, Cindy Brooks, Terri Rando, Linda Wil- 
bur, Jennifer Porter, Heidi Vernon, Gerry Livrago, Eileen 
Keohane 



Band 





1st row: Debbie Frazer, Joyce Carnes, Laurie Underhill, Cheryl Potvin, Karen Benson, Diane Whitmarsh, Karen Pratt, Brenda Sampson, Eileen Howard, Parnell Rubin, Lynn Alexander. 
2nd row: Joe Ferrante, Paula' Boucher, Collenn Feeney, Pat Loherty, Theresa Sherman, Beth Murphy, Susan Kane, Janet Graham, Marie Healy, John Reynolds, Tommy Edwards, Sandy 
Vieno. 3rd row: Ed Buckland, Laurie Weare, Peggy BuckJand, John McCraddick, Don Perkins, Joe Conlon, Steve Mitchell, Christine Srurgisr-Alexis Jennings, Ann Stengel, CheryJ Cope- 
land, Michelle La Tremoui lie, Joan Kerrigan, Valerie Coats, Donald Harmon, George Mansfield, Kenneth Bates, Corinne Lindh, Ed Collins, John Burke, Phil Bouldry, David Linstrom. 4th 
row: Glen McMullen, Mike Dias, Kenneth Skinner, Mike^Baranowski, Mike Kinsella, Lauren Weare, Bill Robertson, Mr. Lasdow. 



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Chorus 



Mr. Lasdow, Director, Charles Melchin, Keith Frasier, Jim Wilburn, Joseph Ferrante, Richard 
Tirrell, Alex Malaspino, Charles Webb, Larry Beach, Mike Ianetta, John Thrasher, Larry 
Zoia, Glen MacMillan, Paul Batti, Steve Mitchell, Bob Johnson, Crystal Carr, Lucy Loomis, 
Susan Ribeiro, Edith Archibald, Laurie Weare, Debbie Frazer, Norma Clay, Diane Ortenzi, 
Karen Boucher, Barbara Flaherty, Heidi Brenner, Connie Marini, Sandy Vieno, Therese 
Alden, Valerie Coats, Pamel Rubin, Sue Bucldand, Suzanne Casieri, Nancy Robichaud, Ann 
Smith, Judy Turowski, Gail Grandmont, Patricia O'Leary, Sue Snow, Laurie Cavicchi, Darlene 
Clark, Dm Quigley, Tracey Perrault, Sherry Johnston, Cheryl Lockhart, Barbara Burrell, Bar- 
bara Zoia, Joyce Carries. 



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A-V 
Department 

Mr. Paone, Advisor, John Reynolds, Joyce Carnes, 
Rudy Goss, Ann Edwards, Ed Buckland, Bill Piatoni, 
Fran Pike, Connie Marini, Larry Beach, Kevin Serpa, 
Randy Williams, Terry Kelley, Dave Boucher. 



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Senior Class Play 
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Homecoming 






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East Bridgewater 


27 


West Bridgewater 





Norwell 


13 


East Bridgewater 





Hanover 


14 


East Bridgewater 





Hull 


21 


East Bridgewater 


12 


East Bridgewater 


12 


Duxbury 





Holbrook 


22 


East Bridgewater 


8 


East Bridgewater 


17 


Cohasset 





Middleboro 


28 


East Bridgewater 


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1st row: Paul Morris, John O'Kclly, Bob Singleton, Kevin Clancy, Rich Tirrell, Dan Murray, tri-captain, Ed Rodricks, tri-captain,John Keith, tri-captain, Mike Moxley, Bob Kenerson, Jim 
Kerrigan, Cal Lane. 2nd row: George Matthews, Bob Beatty, Gary Kashgagian, Mike Kahaiyan, Glen Morton, Billy Rich, Ed Sharon, Brian Ferreira, Fran Olson, Alan Kambegian. 3rd row: 
Kevin Fitts, Dick Holt, Max West, Peter Oakley, Jerry Delphia, Mike Dubee, Ed McCarthy, David Poudrier, James Edwards, Bob Capachione. 4th row: Dan Clish, Jeff Leonard, Dennis 
Smith, Rich Ugi, Alan Willis, Tim Costello, Jim Imlach. 



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105 



Field Hockey 



Cohasset 


1 


East Bridgewater 





Hanover 


3 


East Bridgewater 


1 


East Bridgewater 


1 


Middleboro 





East Bridgewater 


4 


Holbrook 





East Bridgewater 





Duxbury 





East Bridgewater 


2 


Hull 





East Bridgewater 


2 


Norwell 





East Bridgewater 


1 


Cohasset 





East Bridgewater 





Middleboro 





East Bridgewater 


1 


Hanover 


1 


East Bridgewater 





Holbrook 





Duxbury 


1 


East Bridgewater 





East Bridgewater 


3 


Hull 





East Bridgewater 


1 


Norwell 








1st row: Miss Kraemer, coach, Mary Ann Nadolny, Judy Turowski, Kim Ridder, Paulettc Chausse, Pat Clancy, Eileen Donahue. 2nd row: Lisa Julius, Jean Marble, Maryanne DeLorenzo, 
Karen Hatfield, co-captain, Debbie Sampson, co-captain, Becky Perkins, Lee Erickson, Karin Dixon. 



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JUNIOR VARSITY: 1st row: Miss Sears, coach, Joan Cosgrove, Diane Thomas, Cindy Pelaquin, Brenda Nixon, Shelly Dixon, Susan Clancy, Lisa Chausse, Lee Neary, Diane Redgate. 2nd 
row: Pat Marble, Katie Farrell, Candy McKenna, Caryl Smith, Colleen Lane, Lynn Stetson, Ginny Atchison, Sharon Barton, Libby Grant. 



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Cross Country 





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1st row: Mr. Santos, coach, Rick Hall, Dave Heffernan, Paul Hartry, Wayne Morse, David Edwards, Steve Fanning, Todd Hatfield, Mike Dias, Mike Riordan, manager. 2nd row: Paul 
Churchill, Don Perkins, Steve Mitchell, tri-captain, Daryl Huntly, tri-captain, Wally Perkins, tri-captain, Jim Wilburn, Brent Winsor, Ricky Hatfield. 



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Middleboro 

East Bridgewater 

East Bridgewater 

Hull 

East Bridgewater 

East Bridgewater 

Hanover 

Middleboro 

East Bridgewater 

Duxbury 

East Bridgewater 

East Bridgewater 



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22 
22 
15 
15 
21 
25 
15 
16 
17 
16 
28 
20 
24 



Cohasset 

East Bridgewater 

East Bridgewater 

Holbrook 

Duxbury 

East Bridgewater 

Norwell 

Cohasset 

East Bridgewater 

East Bridgewater 

Holbrook 

East Bridgewater 

Hull 

Norwell 



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46 
42 
36 
31 
50 
46 
43 
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35 
33 



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Cheerleaders 






VARSITY: 1st row: Maryanne Garabedian, Kim Lockhart, Gerri Flanagan, Jayne Ridder, Sue Gilbride, co-captain. 2nd 
row: Cheri Fitts, Sandy Carey, Terri Baker, co-captain, Cheryl Lockhart, Miss Francoeur, Advisor. 




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JUNIOR VARSITY: Bases: Jeanne Peters, Cheryl Reardpn, Terri Kerrigan, co-captain 
Mounts: Holly Emery, co-captain, Patti Baker, Kathy Towle. 



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Boys' Basketball 



East Bridgewater 


67 


Harwich 


53 


Newton South 


53 


East Bridgewater 


42 


East Bridgewater 


54 


Nauset Regional 


53 


Cohasset 


66 


East Bridgewater 


62 


Hanover 


63 


East Bridgewater 


53 


Middleboro 


68 


East Bridgewater 


48 


Holbrook 


60 


East Bridgewater 


45 


East Bridgewater 


66 


Duxbury 


46 


Hull 


85 


East Bridgewater 


70 


East Bridgewater 


78 


Norwell 


74 


East Bridgewater 


78 


Cohasset 


42 


Hanover 


70 


East Bridgewater 


60 


East Bridgewater 


79 


Middleboro 


61 


Holbrook 


.71 


East Bridgewater 


45 


East Bridgewater 


78 


Duxbury 


44 


East Bridgewater 


82 


Hull 


71 


Norwell 


57 


East Bridgewater 


51 


West Bridgewater 


53 


East Bridgewater 


51 




Kneeling: George Matthews, Ed Rodricks, Mike Jezard, Captain, Steve Jezard, Mike Moxley. Standing: Mr. Ross, Coach, 
Dave Heffernan, Tom Driscoll, Steve Fanning, Datyl Huntly, Bob Jenkins, Alan Willis, Dennis Holman, Ed McCarthy, 
Max West, Jay Carey, Wally Perkins, Bill Tardie, Mike Dias, Mr. McCabe, Coach. 













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Girls' Basketball 





Cohasset 


30 


East Bridgewater 


25 


Hanover 


58 


East Bridgewater 


28 


East Bridgewater 


51 


Middleboro 


12 


East Bridgewater 


36 


Duxbury 


35 


East Bridgewater 


44 


Holbrook 


28 


Hull 


48 


East Bridgewater 


32 


Norwell 


33 


East Bridgewater 


30 


Cohasset 


41 


East Bridgewater 


38 


Hanover 


63 


East Bridgewater 


41 


East Bridgewater 


52 


Middleboro 


33 


East Bridgewater 


47 


Duxbury 


45 


Holbrook 


48 


East Bridgewater 


38 


Hull 


61 


East Bridgewater 


38 


East Bridgewater 


32 


Norwell 


23 




VARSITY: 1st row: Deb Sampson, Becky Perkins, co-captain, Jean Marble, co-captain, Lisa Julius, Lee Erickson. 2nd row: 
Marcia Moxley, Paulette Chausse, Kim Ridder, Karen Hennessey, Nanette Haskins, Miss Sears, Coach. 



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JUNIOR VARSITY: 1st row: Bonnie Harlow, Diane Mitchell, Leah Ballantine, Patti Perkins, Lisa Chausse, Cindy Gil- 
bride, Caryl Smith, co-captain. 2nd row: Linda Figueiredo, Donna Wolfe, Pam Somers, Beth Riordan, co-captain, Diane 
Redgate, Joan Cosgrove, Cindy Pelaquin, Miss Kraemer, Coach. 



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1st row: Mark Hacker, Jimmy Hall, Jim Imlach, Jack Curley, Brian Packard, Larry Hacker, captain, Donnie Wile, Cal Lane, Jim McAvoy, Dan Clish. 2nd row: Mr. Parsons, coach, Mike 
Serpa, Willis, Mark Eisman, Timmy Zentz, Dave Poudrier, Dave Edwards, John Brooks, Charles Melchin, Richard Sprunk, Fran Pike, manager, Tim Costello, manager. 



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Out of the apparently evil, dark and painful stuff, 
Our job is to make flowers grow. 



PAULA COFFEY SCHOOL 
OF DANCING AND BATON 





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Best Wishes Class of 74 

ELAINE S. POWERS, 
TOWN CLERK 



BESSIE MacEACHRON 



PATRONS 

Aurevoir, Dragonlady 



Good Luck from the Dixon Family 



Michelle and Candace Santos 



Mike's Mob 



Good Luck Seniors — Mr. Godin 




A member of our class wishes to remain anonymous. 
With trouble his name is synonomous. 
He wanders around looking for something to knock, 
But I won't tell you it's Doc. 



If y*u compare yourself with others. 

You may become vain and bitter, 

For always, there will be greater and lesser persons than yourself. 



PATRONS i 

Paul and Susan 

Kathy McCarthy 

George and Gerri 

Jill Anne Daley 

Shawn McCabe 

Biology M's Favorite 

To D, A, S, E, from Mr. and Mrs. West 

Best of Luck! 

Donald Ketcham 

"Brockton Forever 




Jim and Eleanor Lucier and r-amiiy 
Love, Fat Cathy Costello 

5Ibv Pg " " jpc aye 

Linda a<nd Billy, September SI, forevei 

Mr. and Mrs. Michael O'Kelly 

Georgie and Taffy Forever 

Dale and Sue Julius 






Collins — It's the principle of the thing! 



Best Wishes from Mr. and Mrs. Gordon T. Ross 



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PATRONS 

Ross 

Steve and Lisa — always 

Lisa and Steve — forever 

Compliments of a friend 

October 28, 1 97 1 — Dean and Gina 

Bob and Joyce 

Hey Mr. Lasdow . . . i Quese diche? . 
from mez a mez 



Whimpie 



Good football is being agile, mobile and 
HOSTILE 




Mr. and Mrs. Robin Brittain 



Good Luck from Jimmy and Sharon 



Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brittain 



Paul, you CAN'T flit behind a fagpole 



Goonie 



Hi Bo, hi Bobo! 



Kisses and Good Luck to the Class of '74 




PATRONS 

We love you, Leon! 



Bob and Evelyn Holt 



Best of Luck to Ed and Mike from Eileen and Jane 



Good Luck from the Eldredges 



Dull as a beetle 



Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Nash 



"Keep on trucking" Jim Solari 



"I wasn't hunting, but I hoped." 



Jack and Ruthie Julius 



To Clam, love charley 



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Kathy and Mike 



I love Ed RodricksU! 



Inspector c/o Duxon 



Good Luck from Whiz and Pugsly 



Basketball Jones 1-2-3-4! 




DON'T QUIT 



When things go wrong, as they sometimes will, 

When the road you're trudging seems all uphill, 

When the funds are low and the debts are high, 

And you want to smile, but you have to sigh, 

When care is pressing you down a bit — 

Rest if you must, but don't you quit. 

Life is queer with its twists and turns, 

As every one of us sometimes learns, 

And many a fellow turns about 

When he might have won had he stuck it out. 

Don't give up though the pace seems slow — 

You may succeed with another blow. 

Often the goal is nearer than 

It seems to a faint and faltering man; 

Often the struggler has given up 

When he might have captured the victor's cup; 

And he learned too late when the night came down, 

How close he was to the golden crown. 

Success is failure turned inside out — 

The silver tint of the clouds of doubt, 

And you never can tell how close you are, 

It may be near when it seems afar; 

So stick to the fight when you're hardest hit, — 

It's when things seem worst that you mustn't quit. 

Unknown 



JIM LUCIER REAL ESTATE 

588-9540 963-0013 

900 South Franklin Street also Main Street Easton, Mass. Holbrook, Mass. 

Residence: 157 Whitman Street East Bridgewater, Mass. 



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ABCO DISTRIBUTERS 



815 Bedford Street 
East Bridgewater, Mass. 



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PEACEFUL MEADOWS ICE CREAM 

Bill and Marlene Hogg Amy and John Brown 



Compliments of 

JOSEPH BRAGA 
COMPANY 



570 North Elm Street 
West Bridgewater, Mass. 



EAST BRIDGEWATER 
CO-OPERATIVE BANK 

Hours Daily 9 A.M.-3 P.M. Wed. 6-7:30 P.M. 
6 Central Street 







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MISTER 

PHILIP'S 

COIFFURES 



44 Bedford 

Street 

East Bridgewater, 

Mass. 



TAPE PLACE TWO 



840 North Main Street 

West Bridgewater/ Brockton Line 

588-1612 



EAST BRIDGEWATER 
HARDWARE CO. 



8 West Union Street 
East Bridgewater, Mass. 




Compliments 
of 



BETTENCOURT 
HONDA 



Route 28 

West Bridgewater 

Center 



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Zenith Emerson 



VAUGHAN & BENSON'S 
T.V. SERVICE 



Zenith - Emerson Sales 

20 Church Street Whitman , Mass . 

Tel. 447-2781 

Sewall Vaughan Ward Benson 



Congratulations to the 
Class of 1974 



BRITTAIN INC. 



841 N . Bedford St . East Bridge water 



Compliments of 



SKIP'S AUTO BODY 



558 West Street 
East Bridgewater 



DAN'S ARCO 
STATION 



West Bridgewater , Mass . 



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Compliments of 

TOWNEYARNSHOPPE 



778 Central St. 
East Bridgewater 



PAUL WOLFE MOTOR SALES 



Automobile Sales - Service 

378-7141 
20 N. Bedford St. East Bridgewater 



Compliments of 

E. NORRIS BROWN CO. 



58 South Washington St. 
East Bridgewater 



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"We Service . . . It's Important' 



PAUL'S APPLIANCES 



Sales Authorized Service 
General Electric • Maytag • Kitchen-Aid 

560 Washington Street Whitman, Mass. 02382 
PAULHOWLAND Tel. 447-6121 



ROBERTA'S HAIRSTYLING 
SALON 

Mon.-Sat. 8-5 Thurs. 10-8 Tel: 378-8174 

ROBERTA GEROGE 5 Central Street 
CAROLYN THOMPSON East Bridge water, Mass. 



Compliments of 



FOUR SEASONS GIFT SHOP 



Route 106 East Bridgewater 
378-3600 





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JOPPA SERVICE STATION 
600 Bedford Street East Bridgewater, Mass. 



RAY'S INCORPORATED 



Corsages Flowers Plants 

1968 Plymouth St. 

East Bridgewater , Mass . 



BEAVER NURSERY 



29 Belmont St . East Bridgewater 

'A house without shrubs isn't fit for a dog' 

AL AND BRUCE RICHARDS 





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Congratulations to the 
Class of 1974 



TOLL ROAD TRUCK 
EQUIPMENT INC. 



841 N. Bedford St. 
East Bridgewater 



With Best Wishes 



WOODWARD & WRIGHT 
LAST CO. 



24 Union St. 
East Bridgewater , Mass . 




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Compliments of 

MELVIN JEWELERS 



Tel. 378-3801 
41 Central St. East Bridgewater 



Congratulations to 
the Class of 1974 



RICHARD R. BRODEUR, D.M.D. 



HERMAN'S BARBER SHOP 



Specializing in Ladies Hair Cutting 

60 Plymouth Street 

East Bridgewater 

378-3538 



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Best Wishes From 



QUIGLEY'S 
GIFT AND GARDEN CENTER 



400 East Center Street 

West Bridgewater, MA 02379 Route 106 

WALTER and VERIAN 583-1635 






SALLY DRESS SHOP, INC. 

Whitman 447-3901 



Compliments of the 



Best Wishes 



All manner of plants, shrubs, and supplies 



THE GOOD EARTH 



268 Central St. East Bridgewater 



EAST BRIDGEWATER 

COMMERCIAL CLUB 

and all its members. 



Best Wishes 



"Better Furniture for Less" 



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1824 Main St. 



Brockton, Mass. 



586-0041 





GLORIA STEVENS FIGURE SALON 

Southgate Shopping Plaza Brockton, Mass. 584-2020 



M. CLIFTON EDSON & SON INC. 

1 1 Central St., East Bridgewater, Mass. 378-3 1 56 







Best of Luck to the Class of 1 974 

JOPPA GRILLE 




W. H. LUDDY AND SON, INC. 



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Since 1920 — "Carriers of Priceless Cargo" 
Charter Buses Moving and Storage 




flleadou/4 




PEACEFUL MEADOWS 

Whitman, Mass. 



CAMPELLO 
CO-OPERATIVE BANK 



1090 Main Street 
Brockton, Massachusetts 02403 



VEILLEUX 
REAL ESTATE 



Route 18 
East Bridgewater 378-2 1 59 



378-7194 



ARTHUR BAG0IAPRES 



8 West Union Street 
East Bridgewater 



Insurance for every 
personal and business need 



JOHN MATHESON 
INSURANCE AGENCY 



37 Central Street East Bridgewater 
378-3360 GORDON CHASE, Manager 



ALEXANDER'S 
FLOWER SHOP 



Flowers for all occasions 

BEATRICE M. HOLBROOK, Prop. 

547 Central Street East Bridgewater 

378-2241 




Congratulations 

WEST VIEW REST HOME AND STAFF 



BROCKTON EDISON 
COMPANY 



Electric Service 
Since 1883 



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Happy Everything 
from the 



EASTBRIDGEWATER 
BOOSTERS 




SWANSON-FLOOD COMPANY, INC. 

378-2431 Sales and Service 378-2345 




THE VILLAGE NEWS 



Headquarters for Cards 
Party Goods and Candles 



East Bridgewater, Mass. 378-3320 



SAFTLER'S 

Everything in Fabrics Junction Routes 1 4 and 18 Whitman 



Compliments of 

DEWHURST LUMBER 

CO., INC. and 
DAVE'S SPEED WASH 




DUVAL'S PHARMACY 

Washington St. Whitman 




MONTY'S 

CYCLE 

SHOP 



Harley-Davidson 



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HARRY AND LINDA'S 

224 North Bedford Street 
1 A.M.- 1 I P.M. Daily 378-7490 



75 1 N. Main Street W. Bridgewater, Mass. Phone 583- 1 1 72 



K. E. MONEGHAN, Owner 




JJ\OFFURES 

Bathing and Grooming 

POODLES 

And All Breeds 

378-2891 587-8094 

4 West Union Street 

East Bridgewater 




Best Wishes 

RIDDER'S ICE 
CREAM STAND 




Compliments of 

CLYDE MESERVE 
ELECTRIC 

Whirlpool Appliances 



LINEHAN'SRENT-A-TUX 

65 Main Street Brockton, Mass. 



DUTCHLAND MILK JUG 
DUTCHLAND PACKAGE STORE 



Corner of Washington and Central Streets 
East Bridgewater, Mass. 



Crestliner Glastron Wellcraft 



THOMSON MARINE 



Mercury Outboards Sales and Service 

Junction Routes 104 and 106 

697-9833 East Bridgewater, Mass. 



Mclaughlin 
chevrolet, inc. 



741 Temple Street — Route 27 
Whitman, Mass. 02382 



Your quality dealer for over 50 years 
Tel. 447-440 1 




TOWNE PHARMACY 

1 7 Central Street 
East Bridgewater, Mass. 
378-2011 378-7381 



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AMERICAN LEGION 
POST 9 1 



Commander 
FRED L FULLER 



Adjutant 
ROBERT C.HILL 



Senior Vice Commander 
ANGELOE.MATTIE 



Finance Officer 
HAROLD I. BARNES 



Junior Vice Commander 
RONALD D. OLSEN 



Chaplain 
LAWRENCE GOLOB 



Historian 
FRANCIS J. BOYD 



Sergeant-at-Arms 
ERNEST KROESE 



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Eat, Drink And Be Merry At 

THE DAIRY QUEEN 



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THE CLASS OF 1974 

PROUDLY SAYS 

GOOD-BYE. 




FORNIBROS.OILCO. 



563 Spring Street 
East Bridgewater, Mass. 378-2652 

















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The cast of 

"THE MOUSE THAT ROARED" 

dedicates this space to 

MISS SARA CHUDNOVSKY. 



It's your future — save it" 
Big Service Bank 

BROCKTON SAVINGS 
BANK 



Brockton, Mass. 



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Compliments of the FOXBORO COMPANY 



Congratulations to the Class of 1974 



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North Bedford St. (Route 18) 

East Bridgewater, Mass. 02333 

Useful cars at sensible prices — Late models guaranteed 

GENE ORTENZI, Prop. Tel. 378-7700 




CHUCK WAGON 

Pizza — Subs — Salad — Spaghetti and Meatballs 
235 North Main St. West Bridgewater 588 9798 












NANCI JANE INC. 

Whitman Center 
Everything for infants through teens 



Compliments of 



ALLOY CASTINGS 



East Bridgewater 
Massachusetts 



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PLYMOUTH-HOME 
NATIONAL BANK 



East Bridgewater 
Branch 



Contact Lenses 



89 Main Street 
Brockton, Mass. 



586-2725 




( fg)J OPTICIANS, INC 



Hearing Aids 



133 Main Street 
Falmouth, Mass. 548-8788 



Best Wishes 
From the 



EAST BRIDGEWATER POLICE ASSOCIATION 



Best Wishes From 

EMCAINC. 

EDUCATIONAL MATERIAL COMPANY OF AMERICA 

200 North Bedford Street East Bridgewater, Mass. 



Realtor Member 
Multiple Listing Service 



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Tel. 378-31 18 

Hours: 9 A.M.-9 P.M. 



SATUCKET REALTY, INC. 



MARKE.JAQUITH 



Route 18 
East Bridgewater, Mass. ' 51 



Compliments of 

E.B.H.S. KEY CLUB 




— 1974 — 



President 
Vice-President 
Treasurer 
Secretary 



ED RODRICKS 

JIM KERRIGAN 

JOE FERRANTE 

ALAM KAMBESIAN 



Best of Luck 



IMLACH REAL ESTATE 



37 Central Street 



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CHEERLEADERS 

1973-1974 



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Compliments of 

TOWNE CLEANERS 

BERJ'S MEN'S APPAREL 

& FORMAL WEAR 



5 West Union Street 378-264 1 
East Bridgewater, Mass. 



Congratulations 

EAST BRIDGEWATER 
SAVINGS BANK 

East Bridgewater, Pembroke 



But the ending always 
comes at last. 

Endings always come 
too fast. — 

They come too fast 
but they pass too slow. 

Art Garfunkel 



THE YEARBOOK STAFF 



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JACK'S SERVICE 



501 North Main Street West Bridgewater, Mass. 



LUCINI MOTOR 
SALES INC. 



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Sales and Service 
South Main Street 



West Bridgewater, Mass. 583-5500 




JOUBERT'S 

Whitman, Mass. 447-6616 



Congratulations to 
The Class of 1974 



The best of luck 
in your future endeavors 



PAUL and LILLA MORRIS 




KAY'S KORNER 

West Bridgewater Shopping Center 



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